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Sigourney Weaver's Ripley return will pick up after 'Aliens', ignoring other sequels

Director Neill Blomkamp has revealed his new "Alien" movie will overwrite "Alien 3" and "Alien: Resurrection".

By February 26, 2015


S6 appeal and Ripley's return in CNET UK podcast 423

We look ahead to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 in our preview of MWC 2015, plus find out how Neill Blomkamp's new "Alien" movie will rewrite the series.

By February 27, 2015


NASA's New Horizons awakens for meeting with Pluto

After nine years in stasis en route to the outer limits of the solar system, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has woken up in preparation for its Pluto survey.

By December 7, 2014


NASA honors Captain Kirk for space service

William Shatner has been all around the universe, but he came down to Earth long enough to receive a special honor from NASA.

By April 28, 2014


Google Doodle honors famed zoologist Dian Fossey

Best known for her study of endangered gorillas in Africa, the late Fossey would've turned 82 years old on Thursday.

By January 16, 2014


Report: 20,000 users added to 'Hurt Locker' suit

The studio behind last year's Oscar-winning film has added 20,000 IP addresses to the 5,000 already listed in its piracy lawsuit, according to TorrentFreak.

By May 24, 2011


'Hurt Locker' lawyers launch nationwide copyright fight

Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, the law firm representing "The Hurt Locker," names three people in separate copyright suits, also starts refiling suits across country.

By February 17, 2011


Antipiracy lawyers from porn, indie-film sectors unite

Is this a dynamic duo? The law firm suing alleged film pirates on behalf of indie filmmakers has teamed up with the makers of "Batman XXX, A Porn Parody."

By January 10, 2011


'Hurt Locker' lawyers continue antipiracy fight

In filing copyright suits against thousands of alleged file sharers, a group of indie film studios avoid jurisdiction issues by enlisting help from lawyers who can pursue cases in 23 states.

By January 4, 2011


Big media fails to turn ISPs into copyright cops

Two years since the RIAA said Internet service providers would increase pressure on customers to stop pirating content, no major ISP has publicly committed to the program.

By January 4, 2011